Use Push VPN on TV

Enjoy an experience with no restrictions entertainment


How can I benefit from Push VPN on my TV?

Follow these 3 simple steps and you're done!

  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
Step 1

Sign up

Create your Push VPN account.

Step 2

Sign In

Sign in to your Push VPN account.

Step 3

Get DNS Configuration

Get DNS configuration from client panel and set up your Smart TV.


Frequently asked questions

A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network, and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. Applications running on a computing device, e.g., a laptop, desktop, smartphone, across a VPN may therefore benefit from the functionality, security, and management of the private network. Encryption is a common, though not an inherent, part of a VPN connection.

Bypass geographic restrictions on websites or streaming audio and video. Watch streaming media like Netflix and Hulu. Protect yourself from snooping on untrustworthy Wi-Fi hotspots. Gain at least some anonymity online by hiding your true location. Protect yourself from being logged while torrenting.

Yes, you can only get past the geo-restrictions and enjoy your Netflix streaming when you use a VPN. It is legal to use VPN with Netflix. You will not be doing any illegal activity when you use a VPN to access Netflix.

1000+ servers, 50+ countries, 6 continents

No more throttling, buffering and censorship from your internet provider!


Improved Privacy and Security

Bypass any form of geo-restrictions, closedowns, and digital censorship on the web.


Hide your IP

Your IP address will be changed by an IP address from the Push VPN servers network, making it impossible for websites to track your online identity.


Bypass censorship

Bypass any form of geo-restrictions, closedowns, and digital censorship on the whole web.


Stay safe on public wi-fi

All your devices hold a big collection of your personal information. While connected to an open Wi-Fi, they’re a backdoor for hackers.